This short cut-and-paste album is dedicated to Serge Gainsbourg (1928-1991). It is credited to Nelson, even though made by Chenard Walcker, because all the samples he used here were taken from the Gainsbourg's discography only. Topics: Alternative, Sample Madness, Plunderphonics, Surrealist Pop
A weirdo funky stuff featuring some of the hottest dum dum boys i know, like Justin, Shooby "Human Horn" Taylor or Louie Louie who is "playing up to 14 trumpets in certain spots". But the fuzz here comes from 'Jaune Soufre', a poem of Malika SaÃÂÃÂ¯d, on which was overdubbed some kinda surrealist happy funk, with soli from many unknown instruments and rolling basses that contrasts a great deal with the dark poem Malika wrote. The following track, 'Shooby Taylor', is a... Topics: Alternative, Avantgarde, Jazz+Funk, Sample Madness, Plunderphonics, Surrealist Pop
'Magirus Dentz' was inspired by a 8mm film seen in a found footage installation in Paris. This amateur film showed brand new german red fire trucks demonstrating their capabilities. But the brand of the trucks isn't 'Magirus Dentz' but 'Magirus Deutz'. I often swap letters, but here i've put one upside down. Topics: Alternative, Avantgarde, Jazz+Funk, Sample Madness, Plunderphonics, Surrealist Pop
the duo of psychedelic-pop-rawk-space-sounds, I APACHE EYE, return with their follow up to "Super Iraqi" - "Slow Death"! this album is a bit darker a release then last time, and we get to hear Director Feline & Dr. Scrumptious (the boys behind IAE) do some things they have never touched on before. serious work done here, and possibly something for everyone, if you're into experimental music with a heavy "oddly IAE-ish" attitude..... visit: www.iapacheeye.com Topics: Humor, Weirdomusic, Surrealist Pop, Experimental, Psychedelic, Noise/Experimental Rock
We at FSZ are pleased to welcome a new oola-oop recycling artist who goes by the name of Run. Run is french. Run is cute - Da Doo Run Run - and he's a genuine encaustic tamer. The music from Recycle was recorded with his combo "les Tortues Sous Pression" ("Turtles Under Pressure") between 2001 and 2004. It is released here as an ecologic acoustic gesture. We think you should listen to his freak beats and follow his advice : sort to recycle. Topics: Alternative, Techno, Sample Madness, Electroacoustic, Surrealist Pop, Live Electronic
For this concept album, the idea was to make new songwriting. All structures were influenced by rock and also by experimental techno and prepared improvisation (which i still don't really enjoy most of the time though). Theres choruses, verses, bridges, introductions and endings. They dont appear in the order, all the times, but they are there. The vocals and the lyrics came after. All lyrics were inspired by the instrumental music. Its marvellous to treat human voice like an instrument instead... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Psychedelic, Electroacoustic, Pop Experimental, lyric poetry, Free Jazz, Weirdomusic, Surrealist Pop Source: Vincent Bergeron
NEW PACHYDERMS RELEASE: Demo-derm available for free download! ------ [Originally released in a ridiculously limited run of 10 hand-made 3" CD-R pachages. Now available for free online with two bonus tracks. Below is the original message] Dearest PachyfanÃÂ This missive finds us in the midst of a stultifying summer: bogged down in debt, weighted with swamp humidity and empty streets, and sheltered in hovels from unnatural hurricanes. We can barely cope, let alone adapt. But it is also a... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: JPop, Lo-Fi, Pop, Psychedelic, Punk, Political, lo-fi amateur pop, Science, Surrealist Pop,... Source: The International Society of Pachyderms
Demo-derm is the latest release free release from Pachyderms. Download the whole thing by clicking here. You can stream it with the thing at the right, but don't do that. Downloading is more fun. Other releases by Pachyderms: A Communique from the International Society of Pachyderms EP, also available for free download. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: JPop, Lo-Fi, Pop, Psychedelic, Punk, Political, lo-fi amateur pop, Science, Surrealist Pop,...